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mcgovern. in 45 minutes we will focus on this year's campaign in wisconsin. our guests are craig gilbert, and mikehimming, tate. we will also look and housing policy and home construction at 9:15 eastern with raemeka mayo of the census bureau and a representative from the fiscal times. host: good morning, october 26. president obama and mitt romney are on target to raise $1 billion each with their respective parties by election day. more recent numbers show romney outraising the president in early october. if the washington post endorsed president obama today even with their eyes open to the disappointment of his time in office, it says. a clear politics survey shows mitt romney with a 0.9% edge. a new associated press poll shows at the same time mitt romney has erased president obama's support among women, the president has eliminated romney's support among men. our first 45 minutes this morning takes a look at gender issues when it comes to voting, specifically whether your gender affects the way you vote. if you want to tell us why, you can do so on one of three lines this morning, al
mitt romney campaigns in iowa. then a look at wisconsin. after that the funeral for former senator and presidential candidate george mcgovern. now republican presidential candidate mitt romney in ames iowa for a speech on the economy on his economic plan. according to the latest polling average, president obama holds a % lead in this state. this is about 35 minutes. ♪ >> hello everybody, how are you doing? you live in iowa and you live in a battleground state. let me say that again because i don't think i've said that in all the years i've been in politics. we're a battleground state this year and that makes it very important. and i'm glad i have the opportunity to welcome the next president of the united states. and i know it's cool and you feel the chill but also you feel the momentum of romney being the next president of the united states. [applause] now you folks all know people who voted four years ago for president obama. you know that he promised partisanship and to reduce the deficit by half, that he was going to give us accountable government, that he was going to reduce
baldwin in their third and final debate for wisconsin u.s. senate seat. they are competing for the seat of retiring senator herb kohl. this is courtesy of wisn. it is about an hour. >> hello everyone. welcome to our conversation with the candidates. tonight we are done with -- by tammy baldwin and former governor tommy thompson. thank you to both of you for participating tonight. we are in the appellate court room of the law school at marquette university. i'm the host of the statewide public affairs program. the rules are simple. the candidates have jaundice for a conversation about the level of government in our lives. we have asked them to stay on point. the candidates can talk to one another but i will be managing the time is spent on a particular topic. we will have the freedom to move the conversation along. each candidate will have a closing statement along with the 90 statements. -- 90 seconds. there are no opening statements. we flipped a coin. we will begin with night -- tonight with tammy baldwin. i will ask the both the same kind of question. about your portrayal in this cam
battleground states. today's focus was on wisconsin. he will your the efforts by democrats and republicans in the state. and never viewed -- an overview from a reporter with the milwaukee journal sentinel. >> we're going to look at a battleground states to give you a sense of what is going on the ground, and to talk about the factors that will make up issues that people consider as they go to election day. joining us today as we focus on the state of wisconsin is craig gilbert. thank you for joining us. a couple of facts according to what we have gathered when it comes to this date. when it comes to wisconsin, we are looking at 10 electoral votes. we're looking at an unemployment rate of 7.3%. guest: our job growth has been slower than the national average, slower than ohio. better than nevada at the other end of the spectrum. kind of in that gray area for president obama and for governor walker, we had a fierce debate over the recall of gov. walker. the economy and jobs were central to that debate. a lot of conflicting statistics. somewhat sluggish jobs growth. nothing that would disquali
now, waiverring in wisconsin. president obama losing his lock on cheese country. a new poll shows the president and governor romney tied in wisconsin. is this a sign voters in the midwest are shifting stu port to governor romney budget any? >> wisconsin. this is important now. wisconsin 49-49 and you go back to 2008, obama carried wisconsin 56-42. >> something big is happening in wisconsin and there is stuff happening in oregon and stuff happening in iowa and there is stuff happening in iowa, ohio. and there is stuff happening in north carolina. there is stuff happening all over the place and the obama regime is looking smaller and smaller and smaller as they react to it. >> we have created 5.2 million jobs over 32 months. what is mitt romney's plan? he has is no plan. that is what the american people should be focused on. >> this is a huge election and we can't afford four more years of this and we have a big choice in front of us. go on with the broken promises not just on the economy but on the deficit and on social security and medicare. >> and the president's bigger promise t
to mitchell. jim tells me this great story of traveling from florida to south dakota through wisconsin last summer over nine days. i had my own experiences with george driving over the years in south dakota. i will never forget one night, it was a summer, story, a beautiful night. george and i were coming back from the chill, coming back from a program, driving through sioux falls. he was driving. we were going around 95 miles per hour and he was looking out the windshield saying, look at all the great stars, pointing them out one by one. [laughter] my eye were frozen on the road. i said, george, look at the darn road! [laughter] metaphorically, and actually, george plowed down the road. his eyes focused on something beautiful and something distant. it in a speech at wheaton college in illinois a month before the 1972 election, he told his audience, i felt called into the work of serving others. at first i thought my vocation was in ministry, and i enrolled in the seminary. after a period of deep reflection, i thought i should become a teacher, yet, even at my teaching at dakota wesleyan, t
and por -- davenport, iowa, and then wisconsin. we will have live coverage of governor romney in ohio, set to start at 11:50 eastern. we are scheduled to have live coverage of a rally for the president in youngstown, ohio. he was supposed to appear with bill clinton. instead vice-president joe biden will take its place. live coverage of that event at 3:30 eastern this afternoon on c-span. [video clip] >> if you consider that a while ago no one would ever agree to carry around a tracking device. but now we all carry around cell phone scott. -- phones. and no one would let people read their e-mail, but now all of our e-mail is stored on a server at google, gmail. we are putting our information out as a society. >> we're looking into cybersecurity and cyber warfare, the pentagon had declared cyberspace the environment of people and machines and the networks as a new domain of war and yet we realized that maybe 1 in one dows and people really understood what cyberspace was and the degree and depth of the vulnerabilities. so what we are trying to do it in the zero days a series is take pieces o
to somebody from wisconsin, and the projection from the associated press is the waves could get as high as 33 feet, but that's not until tomorrow. it is also not escaping the storm's political fallout. mitt romney and paul ryan canceled events scheduled in wisconsin today and tomorrow. president obama's campaign event that was scheduled for tomorrow in green bay is also on hold in the badger state. and it's ten electoral votes are critical to mitt romney's hope to unseat president obama especially if president obama takes ohio. so we'll continue our tour of these swing states that are crucial to this election and turn to kristin crowl. she is joining us from madison, wisconsin. kristin welcome back inside "the war room." >> thank you so much for having me, governor. >> jennifer: you bet. when we last talked to you, you were in the throws of battling this scott brown recall stuff. how is early voting doing? and do we have any idea who has the edge of that in wisconsin? >> we have been very pleased with the way that early vote is shaping up. we have had lines every day in o
difficult path for romney to win that electoral college without ohio, wisconsin, iowa, that midwest fortress that obama seems to have. >> when obama made the decision on the bailout that was unpopular and it now may be that that actually saves him in ohio. >> i remember doing reporting on that, and aus ten goolsby gave the pure economic advisory said don't do this. and they said mr. president we campaigned in these states, these people are getting killed we've got to do this. one of the most important decisions of his presidency. >> if he wints ohio, it's going to be because he bailed out the auto industry. >> yeah. >> there are about 800,000 we estimate, gloria, undecided voters in these few remaining battle ground states. they're all working trying to convince them. what is going to convince them. >> it's really hard to say. when you talk to republicans they tell you that late in the game, where we are, undecided voters will break towards the challenger. that's the karl rove theory. the democrats say not necessarily. maybe some disaffected democrats, but they will come back to the presiden
, tennessee, phoenix, arizona, and madison, wisconsin. that's because what happens in our state legislatures directly affects our taxes, schools, roads, the quality of our air and water -- even our right to vote. politicians and lobbyists at the core of this clever enterprise figured out how to pull it off in an organized, camouflaged way, covering their tracks while they put one over on an unsuspecting public. this is the story of how and why it worked. our report was many months in the making. it's a collaboration between tom casciato and kathleen hughes, the filmmakers at okapi productions and the schumann media center that i head. schumann supports independent journalism and public watchdog groups like the center for media and democracy, whose investigators have been tracking the footprints of alec, an organization hiding in plain sight, yet one of the most influential and powerful in american politics. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i've often told people that i talk to out on the campaign trail when they say "state what?" when i say i'm running for the state legislature. i tell them that the decisions
johnson of wisconsin, ten electoral votes at state, obama won by 14 points last time and now leading by 2.3 percent. democrat mark warner, obama woman the 13 electoral votes by 16 points four years ago and now is tried and democrat part udall of colorado, obama won nine electoral votes by nine points and the race now is dead even. senator portman, the state most people think may decide the race and that is ohio, the obama camp says they have a big edge in early voting in your state and they also note they have 137 campaign offices around the country but the romney camp has only 39. >>guest: well, you mentioned first of all the real clear politics average in ohio being 2.3 percent in president obama's favor. as of this morning it is 1.9 percent. that is because the polls are closing. the latest poll was this morning in ohio by the ohio newspapers, showing the race is a dead heat. that is certainly what i feel. i feel like the momentum is on our side. i have been at six rallies the last week and at a dozen victory centers and the energy and enthusiasm is on our side this year. it is interes
has to win. we're talking about ohio or wisconsin or one of those. it seems like to the extent he had momentum, the momentum has stopped now. this race for the moment seems frozen in place. what do you hear from republicans about what they can do over the last, you know, less than two weeks now to get two or three points in a place like ohio. that's a lot. what is different in the next two weeks that will get them that extra big bump? >> i think there are a couple of things. certainly the turnout. i'm not going to give you the cliche it comes down to turnout, obviously. all elections turn on which campaign gets more people out to vote. the on the ground machines do matter. we saw it with bush in 2004. so i think that the way that they're able to execute on election day in ohio is very important. beyond that i think that the romney people continue to make their sale, trying to find issues where they can draw a wedge with microtargeted audiences and, of course, hope that maybe some of the modeling is a little off on what it looks like on election day. ath that wouldn't be unheard of for
on the battle of the ground game, hard fought on wisconsin's turf. >> who knew? it turns out that green bay is one of the most swinging cities in the whole country, politically speaking, that is. we'll explain. >> ifill: the supreme court devoted its day to drug-sniffing dogs and privacy rights. we talk with marcia coyle of the national law journal. >> woodruff: and spencer michels looks at the complaints about apple's maps and the high stakes for those trying to come up with something better. >> the battle over digital map making indicates how crucial this field has become and it could bode well for consumers as the maps get better. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: the u.s. death toll from the giant storm
355 wisconsin ave. still blocking two right lanes. a second tractor-trailer right behind the first one -- this incident just occurred. expect possible lane closures. maybe even a complete shutdown. we will keep you posted in our next report. back to the news desk. >> the search for answers continue this morning into what led to a crash they kill the bill d.c. county police officer. he was off-duty when his vehicle collided with a vehicle. how colleagues and strangers paid tribute to the fallen officer. >> some problems with that story right there. we will get right back to live in a little bit. more about officer. kevin bowden's death c after another prince george's county police officer was killed in a crash. he lost control of his cruiser as he chased a pair of suspects accused in a theft. two men face felony charges in that incident. >> new this morning, military officials in yemen say millet -- suicide bombers killed nine soldiers. nobody is taking responsibility for the attack. >> it is i try to figure out what led to a scary situation at an arlington shopping mall -- arlington in
of wisconsin. democrats mark warner of virginia and mark udall of colorado. then, how does the electoral map look going into the last full week of the campaign? we will ask our sunday panel to handicap where this race will be won and lost. and from the final debate to around the clock rallies we are in the home stretch on the trail. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: and h hello again from fox news in washington. we'll get to our coverage of the presidential race in a moment. but first that huge storm that is bearing down on the east coast threatening millions as well as disrupting campaign schedules. here is the latest on the storm from the fox news extreme weather center in new york. >>> chris, we are looking at a storm likely that most of us on the east coast have never lived through. still a hurricane right here across area of the atlantic that is going to interact with a storm pulling offshore and going to cause an intense storm the largest probably ever to impact area of the mid atlantic into the northeast. the wind field is massive and it extends all the way into towards pa
the election. republicans rob portman of ohio. and ron johnson of wisconsin. democrats mark warner of virginia and mark udall of colorado and how does the electoral map look going in to the last week of the campaign, we'll ask the sunday panel where the race will be won and lost and from fine debate to around the clock rallies, we're on the stretch, on the trail. all, right now, on fox news sunday. ♪ >> chris: and, hello, again, from fox news in washington. we'll get to our coverage of the presidential race, in a moment. but, first, that huge storm that is bearing down on the east coast, threatening millions, as well as disrupting campaign schedules. here's the latest on the storm from the fox news extreme weather center, in new york. >> chris, yes, the storm likely we've never seen before, anywhere in the u.s. and you can see, already, cloud cover into canada, and, still down to south carolina. and the center of the storm, still strengthening. pressure continues to drop, the impacts from the storm will be significant. major coastal flooding, from new jersey to maine, especially new jersey a
. neck and neck, but it came down to the last two minutes. >> terror in wisconsin again after a gunman opens fire at a salon killing three people. we have the details. >> we start with the skins to see how they stacked up against the defending super bowl champs the giants. thank you for joining us tonight. >> we are joined by scott smith. rg3 again making pretty big moves, but unfortunately, not enough. >> yeah had 350 total yards of offensive. if you can wow the crowd, doesn't result in a win, doesn't matter. they lose one of their best offensive weapons for the season. from the giants' two-yard line, fred davis goes down with a ruptured achilles' ankle. gone for the game and season. nearly 8 # hundred yards receiving last year. was on track to surpass that this year. paulison stepped up. rg3 buying time. wows the crowd and there's paulison. hooks up with him on a 4th and 10 to pick up the first down. 19-yard completion. keep the chains moving. paulison 76 yards receiving. next play, griffin using his wheels. gets out of bounds. griffin with 89 yards rushing. 258yards passing. 90 seco
. and the great actor bradley winn ford is getting out the vote for the president in ohio and his native wisconsin. tonight bradley joins me live on "the ed show." >>> good to have you with us. we have reached the end game of the presidential election. no more debates, just two campaigns pounding the pavement trying to win every last vote. there are only a few states left on the playing field. this morning president obama got a high five and a big hug from scott, the one who bear hugged the president last month. >> we had a severe outbreak last night. it was at least stage three romnesia. i just want to go over some of the symptoms because i want to make sure nobody in the surrounding area catches it. if you say that you love american cars during a debate but you wrote an article titled "let detroit go bankrupt," you might have romnesia. if you talk about how much you love teachers during a debate, but said just a few weeks ago that we shouldn't hire anymore because they won't grow the economy, what do you have? >> romnesia. >> the president is fired up, but it's not all fun and games. the preside
exclusively reports on the romney campaign training volunteer poll watchers to mislead voters in wisconsin. the training also teaches them how to deceive elections officials and the public about who they were associated with. they obtained romney campaign's volunteer observer, the training manual given volunteers during training sessions in wisconsin. this section raises serious concerns. rules regarding observers. volunteers are specifically told to sign in as, quote, concerned citizen, not as connected to the romney campaign. so, why is the romney campaign telling poll volunteers to be purposely deceptive? think progress obtained audio from one of the training sessions. here is the person leading the session. >> we'll have you sign in. >> animosity? they say this has been going on for years, republicans and democrats do it. it's a legal and necessary of free and fair elections, but the romney campaign doesn't want voters to know they're there. gee, i wonder why. joining me now is scott who broke the story for think progress and joe madison, nationally syndicated radio host from sirius/xm
at into play. >> recently, you wrote an article with the headline, north carolina more like wisconsin than you might think. give us the comparison between north carolina and wisconsin. guest: people like to compare states geographically, but ideologically, north carolina lines up with wisconsin, which is counterintuitive. if you look ideologically, that is where north carolina is. they ask north carolina and wisconsin citizens whether they are conservative or liberal, and that is the connection. they both have a conservative tradition and a liberal tradition. same thing with north carolina. they have sent paul ryan and a lot of conservatives to washington from wisconsin, but north carolina had conservatives like jesse helms and liberals like gary sanford. both states are divided. both states are capable of sending progressives and conservatives to represent them. both have an urban and rural tradition as well. host: the times news has one of its front-page articles this morning, the economy expands at a moderate pace but that should have little impact on undecided voters. talk to me about the
and wisconsin are the states the obama campaign sees as its election day firewall because winning them means they could lose every other key swing state. all of them. and if they won those three midwestern states they'd be sitting at 271 electoral votes. new polls in two of those states today showed little movement from a month ago. an eight-point advantage. the president led by eight points a month ago n. wisconsin we have it as a six-point contest. the romney campaign insists the contest is much closer than our poll shows. the x-factor may very well be early voting. 34% of likely voters say they have cast their ballots and the president is winning those 67% to 32%. among election day voters romney ahead. now republicans pointed out that 285 ohio early and absentee ballots have been received in iowa which is only 19% of the 2008 electorate in the state, less than 34% in our poll. 363,000 have been requested in the state, 38% of the 2008 electorate. closer to our 34%. a little transparency. voter models overstating early voters or are democrats more apt to say they pressured early? it is mak
're ask the state's republican governor, john kasich. also joining us, wisconsin's republican governor, scott walker, and colorado's democratic governor, john hickenlooper. analysis on what will tip the scales in this historically tight presidential race. from our roundtable, from msnbc, rachel maddow, "new york times" columnist, david brooks, "washington post" columnist, e.j. dionne, former ceo of hewlett-packard, now vice chair of the national republican senatorial committee, carly fiorina and our political director and chief white house correspondent, chuck todd. >>> good morning, on this sunday, as if it weren't enough to have an incredibly tight race, we now have inclement weather that is bearing down on the east coast. hurricane sandy, a super storm as described, and this could affect more than 50 million people along the east coast. we've got all of this covered, including the political ramifications of the storm in the coming days as we are just nine days to go until the election. i want to go live first to asbury park on the new jersey shore where nbc's al roker will take us t
. and then the nbc news/"wall street journal"/marist polls for iowa and wisconsin. i think a lot of us agree. let's read them. but i think they're outliers. >> 18 days to go and there's a mixed picture painted by the polls. gall gallup's rolling average shows romney with the lead, 52-45. when it comes to some of the key battlegrounds, the nbc news/"wall street journal" poll in iowa has obama maintaining a lead among likely voters. the eight-point margin is unchanged from a month ago. and in wisconsin, a state that last voted a republican in 1984, the president is ahead by 6 points, 51-45 according to the same poll. but a recent marquette poll in wisconsin shows it neck and neck with romney pulling within one point of the president. >> first of all, do you think -- does anybody think mitt romney's ahead nationally by seven points as the gallup poll says? >> it's sort of hard from inside the chamber. it doesn't feel like that. >> i can't imagine. >> is there any way that barack obama is up eight points in iowa? >> no question. when is the last time iowa was decided by eight points? you'd have to go
exactly this issue in the state of wisconsin as soon as we come back. beyond campaign cash, there is a lot of money influencing so-called grassroots mobilization efforts. oh, these dollars. all right, when we come back, more on that. ♪ in america today we're running out of a vital resource we need to compete on the global stage. what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we could have 20 million jobs without enough college graduates to fill them. that's why at devry university, we're teaming up with companies like cisco to help make sure everyone's ready with the know how we need for a new tomorrow. [ male announcer ] make sure america's ready. make sure you're ready. at devry.edu/knowhow. ♪ >>> between 13,000 statewide congressional and municipal races, not to mention the presidential race, $9.8 billion will be spent this year, $9.8 billion. what? and that is just the money to get into office. what about after they get elected? what about the money that floods into the decision making policy process and legislation writing. joining me now from madison
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